Bipar Sanskar Defined by Dr. Kanwaljit Singh

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Bipar Sanskar Defined by Dr. Kanwaljit Singh

samvad, A dialogue discussion board, launched a draft to spur controversy over figuring out the longer term course of Sikh wrestle in accordance with Panthic traditions and ideas. The doc was launched on 6 June 2020 in Takht Kisgarh Sahib, Sri Anandpur Sahib.

A message in the beginning of the doc says: [s]On the twenty third Jath, 547 Nanakshahi (June 6, 2015), Bhai Daljit Singh launched a draft doc to spark a strategy of thought and dialogue for shifting the Khalsa Panth in the direction of Khalsa Ji Ke Pul Balai. With the (Blessed) Satguru Jee’s baksheesh, the Samvad Initiative has been guided by the imaginative and prescient of that doc and has labored for the Khalsa Panth’s chardikala for the previous 5 years by facilitating essential discussions and inner growth.

In an effort to chart the subsequent stage of this course of, some Panth Dardis gathered in Sri Anandpur Sahib throughout this 12 months’s Hola Mohalla jor mela to have interaction in self-reflection and focus on future steps. The gist of that dialogue is now being submitted to Khalsa Panth for suggestions so we are able to develop a collective technique shifting ahead.

This doc is a set of instructed pointers primarily based on the restricted mind of some panth dardi. It’s not meant to be a definitive or definitive conclusion. We ask the brilliant minds of Khalsa Panth to share their priceless ideas with GurSangat in order that we are able to construct the way in which ahead and teamwork in the direction of Khalsa Jee Ke Bol Baalay.

In an effort to clarify a number of the phrases and ideas used within the doc, Samvad initiated a collection of discussions. The primary on-line dialogue on the subject of “Bipar Sanskar” was held on twenty fifth July 2020. On this dialogue, Dr. Sikandar Singh (Sri Guru Granth Sahib College, Fatehgarh Sahib) and Dr. Kanwaljit Singh (Director of Sri Guru Angad Dev Khadur Sahib School) share their views on this the subject.

This can be a video recording of the presentation given by Dr. Kanwaljit Singh.

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